Energy Transition/Climate Change

As the world pivots towards sustainable energy solutions, Africa stands at the forefront of an unprecedented energy transition. For three decades, the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) has been instrumental in pioneering efforts to harness and scale energy solutions across the U.S.-Africa investment landscape. Our Energy Transition/Climate Change Program embodies our commitment to a net-zero future, leveraging a strong foundation of energy sector investments and innovations. Through strategic collaborations within our energy working group, comprising U.S. and African companies, CCA is driving the charge towards cleaner, more sustainable energy pathways by fostering key dialogues and partnerships between governments and the private sector.

The Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) is at the helm of addressing some of the most dynamic energy challenges facing the African continent. With a robust base of member companies in the energy sector, CCA is uniquely positioned to convene high-level stakeholders from the U.S. and Africa to catalyze strategic collaborations aimed at accelerating the energy transition to net zero. Our energy working group plays a pivotal role in this endeavor, fostering engagement with U.S. and African governments and the private sector to support initiatives for cleaner energy solutions. Through hosting significant dialogues and sessions on the future of energy in Africa, CCA facilitates critical discussions on transition efforts, pathways to cleaner energy, and the roles of various stakeholders in achieving a sustainable energy future. In the medium to long term, CCA is dedicated to intensifying these engagements, ensuring that the U.S., African governments, and the private sector collaboratively work towards innovative and sustainable energy solutions that will propel the continent and the world towards a greener tomorrow.